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Pontiac Sunfire

The Pontiac Sunfire was a compact j-body car produced by General Motors from 1995 to 2005. The Pontiac Sunbird was discontinued and redesigned in 1995 and renamed the Sunfire. The Sunfire performed poorly in the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) crash tests, so for the 1996 model year, the J platform was updated structurally to meet more stringent safety standards.

J-body cars were initially available as sedans, coupes, wagons or hatchbacks powered by one of two four-cylinder engines. A new standard 2.8-liter V-6 option (that grew to 3.1 liters in 1992), made the J-bodies one of the few budget-priced compacts available with a V-6. The convertibles came only in the SE trim level until 1999, then only in the GT trim. The convertible was then discontinued after year 2000, and the GT trim in 2001, leaving only the base model coupe and the sedan.

All three variations of the Sunfire, sedan, coupe, and convertible, came in the SE trim level and included a 2.2 liter 2200 OHV Engine. The upscale GT trim level was available on the coupe and convertible and was standard with the 2.3 liter LD2 engine in 1995 or the 2.4 liter LD9 "Twin Cam" engine (1996-2002), with 16-inch alloy wheels, dual exhaust, and a redesigned front fascia. The 2.3/2.4 DOHC Engine was optional. Both SE and GT trim levels were dropped after 2002, along with the 2.2 OHV and 2.4 DOHC engines, and by 2003, only the 2.2 liter Ecotec engine was available.

The Pontiac Sunfire underwent two facelifts in its 11-year run, the first in year 2000 with a redesign featuring the heavy plastic clad look; then again in 2003 with brand-new fascias in the front and rear, a new five-speed transmission available, updated rocker panels and a redesigned gauge cluster. A tilt steering wheel and an electronic trunk release handle were added in 2002. No significant changes were made in the 2004-2005. In the US, the Sunfire coupe was the only model available from 2003 to 2005. The sedan continued to be available in Canada and Mexico until the end of production on June 22, 2005. The Sunfire was replaced by the G5 for 2006 in Canada and for 2007 in the United States.

The Sunfire has been off the drawing board for a little over ten years and fifty-somethings and other classic car enthusiasts still enjoy owning and pepping them up with all possible engine modifications. Many auto parts organizations still keep a full stock of OEM Pontiac Sunfire parts to enable car buffs to continue their tinkering. Aftermarket Sunfire parts are also readily available, both online and at used auto parts yards.

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